• Gentle hikes every day, including trails on the Cliffs of Moher, Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry and The Burren Region
  • Experience the Gaelic speaking island of Inis Mor by Bike or E-Bike and discover Dingle Bay by sea kayak
  • Bike through ancient oak forests in Killarney National Park and photo the impressive Rock of Cashel, & kiss the Blarney stone.
  • Discover Irish crafts and “the craic” in Dingle, a harbour town of great charm and superb traditional pubs and walk in the cobbled streets of Galway and soak up its lively atmosphere
  • Experience must-see Wild Atlantic Way sights like the Cliffs of Moher and enjoy a sheepdog demo on a working Irish sheep farm.


An awesome adventure of Ireland that takes you through centuries of Irish history and to some of the most stunning natural highlights the south-west of Ireland has to offer. You also get the chance to hike the awesome Cliffs of Moher, bike around the tranquil Killarney National Park, walk the colourful town of Kinsale and discover the mystical gardens of Blarney Castle. This trip will give you the chance to explore the true hidden gems of the Kingdom of Kerry and the south-west coast of Ireland by bike, hikes, kayak, horse riding and bus.

Our tours include everything you need for a stress – free trip: accommodation, transport, Irish tour guide, breakfast, and a few key cultural inclusions that are simply not to be missed.

DEPARTURE POINT: 8.30 am Jurys Inn, Moore St Plaza, Parnell St, Store Street, Dublin, Ireland

  • Day 1 - Dublin to Kinsale

    Leave the capital, and enjoy the scenic drive to the south-west of Ireland.
    Easygoing walk around the epic Rock of Cashel with its stunning natural setting and historical past.
    Trace the Lee Valley downriver, passing patchwork fields, stone bridges and charming cottages.
    Take a 7 km walk/hike from the town along the narrow streets, to the famous Scilly walk that will eventually lead you to Charles Fort.
    Choose from a menu of amazing restaurants and colourful streets tonight in Kinsale, Ireland’s gourmet capital.
    Overnight in Kinsale
    The average driving time today is 3 hour 30 minutes.

  • Day 2 - Kinsale to Killarney

    Today your tour takes in some amazing sights on the journey from Cork back to Kerry.

    Kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the gift of the gab – the Irish ability to flatter and speak with great eloquence.
    Imbued with your new conversational powers, explore the lush gardens at Blarney Castle
    Explore Killarney Nationa Park at your leisure. Take a guided cycling tour of Killarney National Park – (Tour Option – €30 per person). Expect a mix of paved road and forest trails.
    Duration 3 hours approx. Cycling ability is required.
    Biking, not your thing? You’re free to roam this magnificent parkland. Highlights of Killarney National Park for both bikers and hikers may include:
    Sightings of rare red deer herds in native oak forest
    19th century Muckross House and Gardens
    A short hike to scenic Torc Waterfall
    A centuries-old yew tree at the centre of a ruined abbey
    Idyllic lakeside and mountain views
    Your accommodation is at the ​centrally-located at the edge of Killarney National ParkThe average driving time today is 3 hours.

  • Day 3 - Full Day Ring of Kerry

    Today we’re touring the scenic Ring of Kerry route, circuiting the Iveragh peninsula.

    Explore 1400 years of history on a boat trip around the Skellig Islands (Tour Option – €40 per person). Seasonal departures: May to September.
    Get a taste for local Irish culture, history, and ice cream on Valentia Island.
    Discover Derrynane, historic home (Tour Option – €5 per person) and golden sand beach.
    Your accommodation is at the ​centrally-located at the edge of Killarney National Park
    The average driving time today is 3 hours.

  • Day 4 - Full Day Dingle Peninsula

    This morning we make our way to Dingle Peninsula.

    Enjoy the jaw-dropping scenery and knife-edge drops are guaranteed on a leisurely drive around Slea Head.
    After lunch is yours to design. Relax with downtime in Dingle. Or partake of the following options;
    Horse ride on a beach or up a mountain (Tour Option – €45 per person)
    A wee boat trip with local celebrity dolphin, Fungie (TourOption – €15-20 per person)
    Guided sea kayaking on Dingle Bay (Tour Option – €50 per person)
    Guided SUP on Dingle Bay (Tour Option- €50 – 65 per person)
    Sample craft Irish whiskey and gin at Dingle Distillery (Tour Option – €15 per person).
    Stroll Dingle’s streets for a quirky mix of craft studios, lively pubs, fantastic food, and traditional Irish music.
    The average driving time today is 2 hour 30 minutes.

  • Day 5 - Dingle Peninsula to Doolin

    From the magical kingdom to mighty Cliffs of Moher as we move from Kerry to Clare.

    Drive over Ireland’s highest mountain road, The Conor Pass
    Enjoy a spectacular sheepdog demonstration on a locally run farm.
    Watch out for dolphins as we take a ferry across the mighty mouth of the Shannon – the longest river in Ireland or Britain!
    Hike along until you reach the highest point of the Cliffs of Moher standing 214m (702 feet) above sea level.
    Roll into bustling Doolin just in time for a creamy pint of Guinness.
    Overnight in Doolin
    The average driving time today is 3 hours 30 minutes.

  • Day 6 - Doolin to Dublin

    Time to say slán on your final day from exploring the Burren region of the Wild Atlantic Way to the tribal city of Galway and ending your tour in the capital of Dublin.
    This morning we’ll enjoy a hike through the rocky, windswept Burren region
    Stroll around the tribal city of Galway and take it all in – the busker music, the cobblestone lanes, the contemporary flair that blends well with its medieval past, and of course, the oysters’
    You will have some free time to soak up the atmosphere. Street performers, live music and dance and colourful locals will keep you entertained during your stay.
    Lush rolling hills and patchwork farmland as we traverse Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands towards Dublin.
    The average driving time today is 2 hours and 30 minutes.

  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Killarney
  • 1 Nights Accommodation in Kinsale, Dingle, Doolin & Galway
  • Entrance fees to Blarney Castle & Cliffs of Moher
  • Services of a highly-trained and professional Irish Experience tour guide
  • Spectacular sheepdog demonstration
  • 5 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts (B&B option)
  • Shannon Ferry Tickets
  • 6 full days in a smooth comfortable minibus
  • Experience traditional Irish music sessions in local cosy pubs
  • Killarney National Park
  • Ferry cruise to Aran Islands
  • Hike every day, including trails on the Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Kerry and The Burren Region
  • Free time in Dingle, Doolin, Galway, Killarney and Kinsale
  • Personal Expenses
  • Visa
  • Flights

Important Information

What to Bring:

Sturdy walking shoes (ankle high), swimming gear, hat and sunscreen, rain jacket/trousers, warm fleece, hat and gloves, towel, motion sickness tablets, water bottle, towel and toiletries, warm clothing and waterproof jacket, insect repellent, camera.

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